Combine Harvesters: Theory, Modeling, and Design

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CRC Press, 18 thg 8, 2015 - 482 trang
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From Basic Fundamentals to Advanced Design ApplicationsA culmination of the author's more than 20 years of research efforts, academic papers, and lecture notes, Combine Harvesters: Theory, Modeling, and Design outlines the key concepts of combine harvester process theory and provides you with a complete and thorough understanding of combine harvest
 

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Chapter 1 Introduction to Combine Harvesters
1
Chapter 2 System Modeling Simulation and Control
55
Chapter 3 Crop Harvesting Data and Plant Properties
113
Chapter 4 Plant Cutting Gathering and Conveying Processes and Equipment
139
Threshing Units
189
Chapter 6 Separation Process and Operation of Straw Walkers
261
Chapter 7 Cleaning Unit Process and Operation
275
Chapter 8 Grain Conveying Process and Equipment
301
Chapter 11 Power System of a Combine Harvester
331
Chapter 12 Dynamic Modeling of Material Flow in a Combine Harvester
355
Chapter 13 Sensors and Fault Diagnosis Systems for Combine Harvesters
363
Chapter 14 Cab Controls and HumanMachine Interface
393
Chapter 15 Guidance and Control of Autonomous Combine Harvesters
417
Appendix
437
Color Insert
449
Back Cover
461

Chapter 9 Crop Residue Chopping and Spreading Processes and Equipment
311
Chapter 10 Corn Ear Dehusking Process and Equipment
325

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Petre Miu is the owner of Projenics (www.projenics.net), Canada. He worked as a research associate at the Biosystems Engineering Department, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and as a professor at the Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania. Dr. Miu began his most prolific and prestigious scientific work in Stuttgart, Germany, at Hohenheim University, Institute of Agricultural Engineering, where the German government awarded him two consecutive postdoctoral Alexander von Humboldt research grants. He has extensive experience in the design of harvesting machinery and equipment, and in other areas, including computer numerical control machining centers, robotics, and electronic packaging of radio frequency radar systems.

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